Worst slots ever - 3 days went in lost $500 in an hour first day. $800 in less than 2 hours next day and $1000 in less than an hour the next. And this was playing PENNY SLOTS. Won free games once and even that win was ridiculous. Brought a friend one day and she also lost over $1100 in less than a couple hours with max bet of 60 cents. To me that’s stealing not entertainment. My only compliment is I do find the staff friendly. Never going back!! As a local they’ve taken enough from us!!
It is small and you may not win but you seem to be able to play longer than Gun Lake ... I too have lost 100.00 in 20 minutes at Gun Lake and if I take 100.00 here I can usually play for 2-4 hours ...I have never won a large jackpot here but I have won several small ones between 150.00 -1000.00 playing penny slots ... usually play between 50-60 cents .... have fun ...good luck.
disagree with previous reviews!! my better half and I were there today. Lost money but were at least able to play for hours on what we did lose. Better than going to Gun lake where I lost 100 dollars in 22 min. playing quarter slots. The staff here was very helpful, and we enjoyed the sandwiches. 1 1/2 hr drive for us, but rest assured we will return, and wave as we go by the gun lake exit.
Worst small casino ever!!! the table games floor manager was ignorant and rude. After researching Michigan and Indiana Indian casinos, I found specific reasons how the BIG profits are made and where the profits are dispersed. I have found the tribal council uses the bulk of the profits to buy land trusts for [1/4 blood quantum] Indians. As a taxpayer I will not support them and also feel that this is a loophole for some. Example: someone can be 3/4 Irish and 1/4 Native American and there college grants are paid for. Also as they acquire land another casino is opened...
I'm a local. It's 20 minutes or so from my place vs 50 minutes to the Big 4 winds in N Buffalo.
I've become disappointed with ALL of the Michigan Casinos. I'm basically a video poker guy and pay attention to the pay tables. This casino and the others I've been to in Michigan only offer 8-5 paytables (8 for a full house, 5 for a flush) - not the best odds. I prefer Vegas where I can find 9-6 machines.But I digress.........
I've visited this place maybe 6-7 times since it opened. Went away a winner once. I would go more frequently and bet more money if the video poker odds were better. (HEAR THAT MANAGEMENT?)
If anyone knows of a casino in Michigan with better VP tables - hit me back